WHAT IS YOUR THANKSGIVING STYLE?
This week we’ve created a series of new designs - each pair highlighting a specific color palette and overall aesthetic. Be sure to browse the Thanksgiving Collection and discover this year’s take on the autumn season!
Cinnamon and chocolate hues combine beautifully with blooms like hearty antique hydrangea and exclusive rose varieties in this pair of designs. Inspired by the outdoors, we’re working with textural elements like eucalyptus, scabiosa pods, and cotinus foliage to bring a bit of fall spirit indoors. We’re excited to introduce two new vessels to our collection in the Autumn Spice Centerpiece and the Bronzed Autumn that truly speak to the season with a warm golden tint.
Designer Tip: Bring the outdoors in and put the finishing touches on this seasonally-inspired design. Gather colored foliage and arrange with simple votives to create a crisp autumn tablespace.
Hints of the harvest are featured here in sunset-colored corn, golden blossoms, and lush fall textures. Subdued yet warm and inviting, these pieces feel like the epitome of an autumn day. Each day we design with the very best of the week’s selection, often seeing an appearance of soft amber orchids, garden roses, and unique elements like bullet allium and leucadendron. This nature-inspired palette is a perfect fit as we start the cooler season.
Designer Tip: Long dining table? Pair 2 of our Harvest Classic designs with a few of our Trifecta accents. Surround with different sizes and shapes of candles to create a robust display down the center of the table.
Lush & Inviting
This moody palette is a regal and rich take on the Thanksgiving season, pairing well with dark woods, candlelight, and metallic accents. Jewel tones can be found in cymbidium orchid blossoms, heirloom dianthus, and deep purple lisianthus. With dramatic black vessels, this pair of designs is sure to inspire conversation and interest; stealing the scene in the very best way.
Designer Tip: These designs and striking and dramatic. Match the mood and incorporate a harvest feel by using burgundy pears or silver-painted pumpkins to hold place cards in place at each setting.